I currently have a Nexus 4 and I've been pretty happy with it but it's getting a little old to run the newer apps as fast as I want.
I considered getting the Nexus 5 since it's pretty good and cheap, but I feel that it's going to become obsolete within one year. The Moto X on the other hand is a current-gen phone that will last me a couple years at least, but it's very expensive.
The last option would be to wait for the Nexus 6, but if the rumors are true this would be a phablet and not a phone,...
I preordered the Moto X a few days ago and I'm a little ticked I didn't wait for the Nexus 6. The early specs on the Nexus 6 has it up there in terms of the smartphone world and I am a fan of the phablet, I have a Note 3 now. I wasn't going with the Note 4 because of the bloatware it comes with and I wanted a clean build so I went with the Moto X Pure Edition. I am kicking myself for not waiting for the Nexus though because it comes with 0 bloatware AND the phablet size I love. Should I cancel...
Happy owner of a Moto X here. Great phone but I would like more horsepower.
I read a lot about Nexus 5 battery life but nowhere can I find an updated bettery life review.
I would also like to know how (battery life) it compares the Moto X?
The "Google Now" feature would just come on by itself as if i asked it a question. I also noticed that when I would set this phone on my passenger seat, the phone would cause the electronic air bag sensor to change status. Obviously not from the phone's weight. Something electronic.
I recently switched back to Android from an iPhone and one thing that I found really useful when using the iPhone was that my phone would vibrate differently if I had an email vs an SMS/phone call. It would allow me to just know whether or not I should check my phone for an SMS/phone call or ignore my phone if it was an email and check it on my computer. Is there anyway I can do this with Android or the Moto X specifically?
So I can't decide between these two great phones. I currently have an iPhone and I'm making the switch to android. I like specs but I also want great features. On one hand I like the Nexus 5 because its pure android and its guaranteed to get the latest version of android whenever its avialable. But on the other the Moto X caught my attention with Active display and voiceless controls. Can you guys give me your opinion on which one I should consider?
Republic wireless intrigues me, especially with the launch of the MOTO X coming.
Before I wouldn't do it because the phones offered would be too much of step backwards. I also like the new plans. Heck I was thinking of just getting it as an office line for how cheap it is.
Interested to know if any of you out there use republic wireless? How do you like it? Does it work well?
How many would be willing to make the switch from your major carrier?
This along with many current Google products and services will not be available outside the US anytime soon. I think that sucks.